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Avoiding financial armageddon at the United States Post Office

The USPS is an analog business being rapidly consumed by digitization. Here's a plan to update and rescue it.

The Times Square station is normally the busiest in the New York system.

Sandy provokes largest preemptive public transportation shutdown

Metro won't reopen until it conducts 'a comprehensive damage assessment.'

Groups want scientists exempted from strict conference spending rules

Collaboration on key research is hindered because of the restrictions, they say.

The earthquake hit the Abruzzo region in 2009.

Italy's top scientists quit their government posts

Resignations protest recent convictions of scientists who failed to predict an earthquake.

Making data-based decisions part of agency culture

Federal leaders must build analytics into their organizations, report says.

IRS and SEC detect fraud patterns in heaps of data

Analytics tools exploit volume of information to save money, panelists say.

Marines carry a colleague wounded by an IED in Afghanistan in 2011.

Watchdog alerts troops in Afghanistan to new IED dangers

Letter cites faulty reporting by Afghan contractors.

The SpaceX Dragon Capsule

NASA turns to private sector for supply missions

First SpaceX launch with about 1,000 pounds of food, clothing, equipment and 23 science experiments goes off without a hitch.

Too little info for pre-sequestration layoff warnings, contractors say

Boeing and General Dynamics say they don’t have enough details to gauge threat to workforce.

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